SPOILER ALERT! This is the final scene of BBC North & South, featuring the famous kiss, but without the Henry Lennox character. If you don't want to know the ending, don't watch!
Thornton: Where are you going?
Margaret: To London. I've been to Milton.
Thornton: You'll not guess where I've been. *hands her the rose*
Margaret: To Helstone? I thought those had all gone!
Thornton: I found it in the hedgerow. You have to look hard. *pause* Why were you in Milton?
Margaret: On business. That is, I have a business proposition. Oh dear, I need Henry to help me explain.
Thornton: *stops her* You don't need Henry to explain.
*they sit down*
Margaret: I have to get this right. It's a business proposition. I have some 15,0 pounds. It's lying in the bank at present, earning very little interest. Now, my financial advisors tell me that if you were to take this money and use it to run Marlborough Mills, you could give me a very much better rate of interest. So you see, it is only a business matter. You would not be obilged to me in any way. It is you who would be doing me the service.
Speaker: London train about to depart. London train about to depart.
*Margeret leaves, then returns*
Thornton: Coming home with me?
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